The most hyped films which ultimately flopped

Pratibha Yadav24 Jun 2013

Sometimes, we expect a lot from some films but all our expectations are shattered when it flops. Gomolo brings you the list of ten films which were highly anticipated films but ultimately flopped.

There are many films in Bollywood which were hyped like anything but when they released their true colours were totally different from what people actually expected. Here is the list of ten films which were highly anticipated but turned out to be a disappointer.

Himmatwala (2013)

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Poster of Himmatwala

Himmatwala 2013, the remake of 1983 film of the same name created a lot of buzz before its release. In fact, the director Sajid Khan was so sure about the film that he had promised to return the money of the audience if the film flops. It was one of the noisy films of Bollywood which frizzled after its release. Over the top scenes and high end drama made the film all the more irritating. The film has been tagged as the next RGV’s Aag!

RA.One (2011)

Poster of Ra.One photo
Poster of Ra.One

Ra.One was the dream project of Shah Rukh Khan. It was made on a very huge budget. And, the day it went on the floors, it started making news. It was a highly anticipated film and was a newsmaker for quite a long time. People had lot of expectations from the film but ultimately all the expectations of people where shattered after the release of the film.

Players (2012)

Poster of Players photo
Poster of Players

Multi starrer film Players was one of the most anticipated films of Bollywood. It was announced as the official remake of the Hollywood movie - The Italian Job. The film was made on a huge budget and was shot in foreign locations such as New Zealand, Russia and even the North Pole. In fact, Players was the first Bollywood film to be shot in the North Pole. Despite, so much of investment the film failed to earn profits and was declared as a flop.

Agent Vinod (2012)

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Poster of Agent Vinod

Agent Vinod was made on the lines of James Bond’s films; therefore people had lot of expectations from the film. Another factor that led to the hype of the film was coming together of real life couple Saif Ali Khan and Kareena Kapoor. Although the film was appreciated for its action stunts but it flopped badly on the box-office.

Heroine (2012)

Poster of Heroine photo
Poster of Heroine

Madhur Bhandarkar’s film Heroine started having troubles from the beginning. Firstly, Aishwarya Rai left the shooting midway, and then Kareena came on board. The filming took a lot of time and was hyped as the best film of Kareena’s career. The entire film was shouldered on Kareena’s career and thus it increased the curiosity of the audience. But, all the expectations shattered after the release of the film. It was a way too depressing film and turned out to be an average grosser at the box -office.

Aiyyaa (2012)

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Poster of Aiyyaa

Aiyyaa was expected to be a great film especially due to its hilarious trailer and great songs. It was even predicted that Aiyyaa will be a hit at the box office. On the contrary, film turned out to be a slow one and boring. It failed to be a hit at the box office.

Blue (2009)

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Poster of Blue

The 2009 film Blue created the records by becoming one of the most expensive film made in Bollywood. It was anticipated to be an entertainer and a thriller at the box office. Rather, it turned out to be an average grosser. It even received average reviews from the critics.

Matru Ki Bijlee Ka Mandola (2013)

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Poster of Matru Ki Bijlee Ka Mandola

Matru Ki Bijlee Ka Mandola was considered to be a unique comedy film where Imran had opted for a difficult, challenging and rustic role while Anuhska showed her fab body in bikini. But despite, such attractions, the film’s story turned out to be a heart breaker. The film collected decent amount on the first day of its release but the collections declined later.

Tees Maar Khan (2010)

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Poster of Tees Maar Khan

Farah Khan’s famous film Tees Maar Khan which featured Akshay Kumar and Katrina Kaif in the lead role was again a film which was expected to be a hugely successful. The film did earn a good amount at the box office but got many negative reviews by critics and was not liked by the majority.

Kyaa Super Kool Hain Hum (2012)

Poster of Kya Super Kool Hain Hum photo
Poster of Kya Super Kool Hain Hum

This film turned out to be a total let down. It was expected to be an entertainer just like its predecessor ya Kool Hai Hum but it was not even near to it. It was just a drag with unwanted old jokes and over acting by Tushar Kapoor and Riteish Deshmukh. All these films were like crackers which created noise initially but frizzled later!

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Writing is Passion for Pratibha. She finds writing about stars interesting and loves to write on them. She believes that one can express so many things just by putting good words together.

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